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2022 Civic Awards Nomination

Every day in Bollington people who care about our community make a positive and worthwhile contribution which affects the lives of others. Sometimes these acts go unrecognised but this can be remedied by nominating those people for a Civic Award.

The awards will be presented at the Mayor’s Civic Sunday on Sunday 18th September.

Award Categories

Bollington Civic Award

To qualify for the Bollington Civic Award, the nominee must have made a significant contribution and a difference to the residents of Bollington by showing outstanding service for the benefit of the community, on a voluntary basis.

Mayor’s Commendations

Youth Commendation

Recognises a young person (under 18 years of age) who has made a significant, positive contribution to the community by helping others or striving to improve their town.

Adult Volunteering in Youth Services

Recognises a person who has devoted themselves to volunteering in one or many Bollington youth groups.

Bollington Based Business

Recognises a business that has engaged and contributed to the community.

Long Service in the Community

Recognises a person’s commitment to the community over a significant period of time (over 10 years).

Mayor’s Commendation for Services to the Community

Recognises a person who has made an outstanding contribution to Bollington.

Nominations

To nominate someone for an award, you can complete an online nomination form using this link Civic Awards Nomination Form.   If you have difficulty completing the online form, please contact Harriet Worrell on 01625 572985 or at townmanager@bollington-tc.gov.uk to receive the form in an alternative format.

Please don’t tell the person that you are nominating that you are doing so.

The deadline for nominations is Friday 29th July at midnight.

Award Presentations 2021

Town Mayor for 2021-2022, Councillor Johanna Maitland, presented Civic Awards and Mayor’s Commendations to those who were nominated by members of the public for the outstanding contribution that they make to Bollington.  There are still some awards for the Mayor to present so watch this space.

The following people received the Mayor’s Commendation for Services to the Community:

  • Rebecca Lea (Bridgend Centre)
  • Nicola Walker Jakubawaki
  • Ben Moorhouse
  • Neil Shaw-Hulme
  • Rob Nicholson

Finlay Foote was presented with the Mayor’s Youth Commendation for his fantastic fundraising efforts.

Chesney Orme was awarded the Mayor’s Commendation for Long Service in the Community.

The following were awarded the Mayor’s Commendation for Bollington Based Business:

  • Anne Belfield for Belfield’s Bakery
  •  Joanne Angell Sedgwick, Jayne Dutton and Janine Holmes representing the staff at Mount Hall Care Home
  • Chris and Pamela representing the Staff at Ingersley Court Care Home
Rebecca Lea
Nicola JW
Ben Moorhouse
N Shaw Hulme
Rob Nicholson
Finlay Foote
Ches Orme
Anne Belfield
Mount Hall
Ingersley Court